Pandatronic - 2007-09-16 This rocked my world in elementary school.
Caminante Nocturno - 2007-09-16 Some of those reviews were clearly written by people who took the Renaissance Festival too seriously.
Aelric - 2007-09-16 i remember liking this quite a bit way back when. i don't think i'll watch it again, because i prefer to leave some things as fond memories.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2007-09-16 This is one of the few things Martin Short ever did where he didn't suck. I remember liking it when I have always tended to hate Arthur stuff.
yoyo1 - 2007-09-16 Yeah this was cool because it focused on the magicians instead of the other boring characters. A very nice miniserie indeed.
Aubrey McFate - 2007-09-16 Yes! Sam Neill was my favorite actor for a while because of this and Jurassic Park. The ending is unbelievable.
Jimmy Labatt - 2007-09-16 I was quite surprised that sparkling was already a tag
DrVital - 2007-09-16 I'm sure this was fine and all, but hopefully the fantasy bar has been raised up a little bit by the Rings movies.
Lindner - 2007-09-17 Oh piss on the Rings... Great effects wasted on a plodding and dull trilogy. This was severely awesome.
mouser - 2007-09-16 Have it on tape. most excellent series.
Roachbud - 2007-09-16 All I remember from this flick is the Merlin Gingerale that Andy Richter was clowning on on Conan
Xenocide - 2007-09-16 I always liked how at the end, they beat the evil queen by simply ignoring her. She was an internet troll all along!
For a while there, Hallmark made some excellent fantasy miniseries. They did a fine adaption of Gulliver's Travels before this. A sequel to Merlin ("Merlin's Apprentice") aired on basic cable last year, incidentally.
yoyo1 - 2007-09-16 Yeah I have the Gulliver one on Laserdisc, nice one too.
Black Napkins - 2007-09-16 For a minute I thought it was "Merlin's House of Mystical Wonders" and that gets you an extra star.
vecctor - 2007-09-17 Decent miniseries. The graphics were especially good for the day - I watched this a few months ago and it aged fairly well.